Swedish Love Affair proudly presents: Tilda


The images you’ve been dying to see are finally here! My Tilda angel inspired doll is done.

I made all of her clothing items separately, which means they’re not sewn onto her (which is often the case with a regular Tilda doll). So you can take them off and put them back on, or even make a new outfit!
I’m quite pleased with the result, and I hope you’re not disappointed with me either.

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38 Responses to Swedish Love Affair proudly presents: Tilda

  1. Дарья says:

    Туфельки, прическа, панталончики.. Кукла – настоящая модница:)

    • Antonia says:

      да, не совсем в жанре настоящей Тильды (она более простая и романтичная), зато ярче и наряднее:)

  2. Dovey says:

    This is so precious! I love the rosettes on her feet and the tulle of her dress :)

  3. Laura C says:

    She’s gorgeous! I love her hair and her shorts :-) Good job, Antonia!

  4. Marion says:

    I love especially the hair and the “shoes”. Your doll is very pretty!

  5. LisaMarie says:

    Åh vad fint och söt hon blev! :)

  6. Looks gorgeous! You are very talented :)

  7. jill says:

    Wow, I must say just wow Antonia. I’m very impressed, she looks so pretty! Well done :)

  8. Sarah says:

    Haha! She’s very pretty. ^.^ I searched for a Tilda doll in my city, but didn’t found anything alike. You Swedish people have it all. :D

    • Antonia says:

      Sarah, she’s popular all over the world! There are patters on the Internet, and you don’t have to make her using the original materials! I didn’t:)

  9. Leia says:

    Wow! You did an incredible job, Antonia. I knew it would be beautiful, because you are so talented, but it is actually beyond my expectations! I adore all the little details, like the shoes and hat.

  10. Annie says:

    That is freaking adorable. The little rosebuds on the tips of her toes is the perfect touch. I love her Leiah hair! Also, I thought maybe if you wanted to make another Tilda doll with tanner skin, you could maybe dye the t-shirt (or other white fabric you use) with tea! I do this with paper to make my own tea stained writing paper :)

    • Antonia says:

      Thanks, Annie! What a good idea! I bought some pink fabric now, but I’ll try your way as well! How do you make your tea stained paper? Is it evenly dyed or does it look “aged” somehow? You got me curious:)

  11. Sephira says:

    She’s super cute! you’re very creative :)

  12. Annelien says:

    She looks absolutely stunning!! And I love her outfit, but I guess it’s a bit cold for her right now? ;)

  13. Angela Donava says:

    Super post!!!
    Angela Donava
    http://www.lookbooks.fr

  14. Araceli says:

    She looks fantastic! I love it. I think you did a fantastic job. I love all the little details on her clothes and shoes. And her face looks just like the ones in the pictures you posted. Nicely done.

  15. Well done! the doll turned out great, especially loving the intricate detailing.

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  17. Pırpır says:

    She is drop dead cute. :) well done!

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